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ICONIC PHOTOGRAPHS, PUBLIC CULTURE, AND LIBERAL DEMOCRACY

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June 17th, 2012

NCN Turns 5

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And we’re no smarter for it.  Another year is history, however, and so once again it is a time to say “Thanks” and to take stock.  Thanks to all our readers, and not least to those who comment on the posts.  If anyone would like to give us any advice about the blog itself, now is a good time to do it.  We can’t say we’ll follow that advice, especially given our limited resources, but it always is appreciated and sometimes one thing can lead to another.  You can comment below or email us at rhariman@gmail.com and lucaites@indiana.edu.

We won’t be posting for a few weeks, but we will continue to read our mail and hope that you will return on July 9th as we start another year at NCN.

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  1. rafi said,

    on June 17th, 2012 at 6:08 am

    Congrats on hitting five years. I just want to say I’m a big fan of the site – love the photo selection and analysis.

  2. Annette Magjuka said,

    on September 3rd, 2012 at 4:58 am

    I love your site. I don’t look that often, but once in a while I sit for an hour or two just looking and reading. Love it.

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